The council’s front-line strategies have been organised into levels that show the relationships between them.
These documents are the highest level strategies that translate Hounslow’s policy drivers into thematic areas:
Joint Health and Wellbeing strategy
Hounslow Health and Wellbeing Board have a duty to produce a Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, which is based on the JSNA and takes account of the Public Health Outcomes Framework.
Hounslow Health Prospectus
The Hounslow Health Prospectus sets out the role of the council in health matters and our priorities for Hounslow residents. It articulates our commitment to work with partners across the health economy to create a social movement for health.
Hounslow’s Local Plan establishes the vision and framework for the area, helps contribute to sustainable development, and is a tool for guiding assessments and decisions on individual development proposals.
These strategies have a narrower focus and contribute towards delivering the Level one strategies.
Joint Adult Prevention Strategy
This strategy focuses on promoting independence for those at risk of or already using health and social care services
Children and Young People’s Strategy
This strategy focuses on how we will give every child the best start in life and the ability to reach their full potential.
Public Health Commissioning Strategy
Our vision is to create a local public health service that is valued by local people, and works with the community and our partners to make a real impact on the health and wellbeing of residents
Thriving Communities Strategy 2019-2023
This outlines how the Council will work in partnership to support active residents and the involvement of the voluntary and community sector in meeting local needs.
Community Safety strategy
This is the agreed plan for the responsible authorities and agencies, including the Council, Fire and Rescue Authorities, Police and others. that work together in partnership to reduce crime, disorder, substance misuse and reoffending.
Building Homes, Building Communities” is a combined housing and homelessness strategy that sets out the Council’s approach to addressing the housing issues that we expect to affect the Borough over the next five years